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In about twenty-five years, Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) will run out of space as an active cemetery to honor our Nation's veterans.
Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is at another crossroads in its history and needs your help.
On this week’s FEDtalk, host Ben Carnes will be joined by Senior Executives Association (SEA) President Bill Valdez and Federal Times’ Jessie Bur to discuss current challenges (as well as current opportunities) facing federal leaders.
Whistleblowers and Inspectors General are a popular lot on Capitol Hill, since they identify issues large and small at agencies. As like any human being, sometimes the two make mistakes – and those mistakes can have huge implications for employees, agencies, and government policy.
Tune in this week to learn how “Operational Intelligence” platforms are changing the way leaders, managers and staff can understand and relate to organizational performance.
Tune in this week for a special FEDtalk in honor of Presidents Day.
Tune in this week to learn about efforts to legally proctect law enforcement officers from ever-increasing assaults and attacks from the national president of Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA). Then, get the inside scoop on the annual Ride and Run to Remember from Craig Floyd at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).
This show is re-airing Friday, August 21st.
Tune in to FEDtalk this week to discover the many offerings of the region’s national parks from the park representatives themselves. Summer is wrapping up, but there's still time for a day trip to Harpers Ferry, an afternoon in the sun at Anacostia Park, or attending one of Rock Creek Park’s numerous events.
Tune in to FEDtalk September 25th on the eve of Open Season for a discussion on the supplemental insurance plan options available only to federal employees.
On the most recent FEDtalk, host Ben Carnes of Shaw Bransford & Roth was joined by a panel of budget experts to discuss the current federal funding landscape, how we got here, and whether there is any hope for a better future.
Tune in this week for a panel discussion year in review with top federal government reporters.
At the dawn of a new year, celebrate new beginnings with FEDtalk.
Millennials are the largest, most diverse generation the country has ever seen, yet less than seven percent of all federal employees are Millennials (born after 1980). A slow hiring process and a series of poorly executed internship programs may contribute to the lack of interest from Millennials.
It’s never too early to research and plan your retirement–including the possibility of a need for long term care. This week, we're giving you the insider tips on retiring like a pro, plus why you should consider adding long term care to your benefits package.
Help the National Park Service celebrate its 100th birthday in 2016! Although it’s birthday is officially August 25, centennial events run all year long.
This week on FEDtalk, Jason Briefel and Nikki Cannon are hosting a reporter’s roundtable to talk about Congress’ accomplishments during their most recent session, what still needs to be addressed, and predictions for their next session.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn how federal agencies are using data visualization techniques to better educate the public on what they are doing and to improve government transparency.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn about the many roles of designers in the federal government. From designing marketing materials that educate and inspire, to helping agencies transform their visual identity, to conceptualizing and constructing entire Smithsonian exhibits, designers play many crucial roles within the federal sector.
The Federal Managers Association (FMA) will host its 78th annual National Convention & Management Training Seminar from March 13 – 16 of this year.